I hold a Bachelor of Laws from the Université de Sherbrooke. I also studied Law at the Faculté de Droit et Science politique de l’Université de Toulouse 1, in France.
While pursuing university studies, I took part in the Simulation du Parlement européen (SPEC-QUE) as an MEP and I acted as a research assistant with the Honourable Justice Claude Champage from the Superior Court – Criminal division, district of Montreal. I also got involved with multiple community organisms including Collège Frontière, a literacy organization which helps children and adults improve their reading and writing skills.
After completing my internship at the Bureau d’aide juridique de Québec – criminal division in 2013, I joined Mr. Gervais Labrecque.
My practice is entirely focused on criminal and prison law. I regularly plead before courts of first instance and courts of appeal. I also advise, assist and represent incarcerated people before the parole board.